Senior secondary students in alert level 3 regions are heading back to classrooms from next week, but questions remain on whether schools are well ventilated for a safe return.
The Government is seeking “digital disruptors” to improve information sharing in the education sector.
A new report, commissioned as a result of New Zealand’s declining maths scores, has recommended ‘sweeping changes’ across the education system to reverse the country’s poor performance.
New Zealand’s third-largest secondary school Avondale College has made impressive gains in the last decade, with its Pasifika students achieving record results in key academic indicators.
Laced with scholarly terms like ‘schemata’ and ‘high-cohesion texts’, diving deep into the science behind reading instruction is not a move for those shy of wrestling with intricate information.
If your school day ends with a grimly hollow feeling that gnaws away at your mind and body, you may do well to read on.
As students return to schools in Victoria and New South Wales after months of lockdowns, many people may be worried about the risks to their kids – and transmission overall.
Arguably Australia’s favourite maths teacher Eddie Woo has offered up some advice to teachers and parents as schools in NSW and Victoria return to on-site learning.
If we want world leading educational institutions, we need brave, bold and inspirational teachers and leaders who are so clear in their purpose and their vocational conviction that they develop their own jazz philosophy of education.
A new augmented reality garden at Bathurst Public School in the Central West of NSW has a science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) moniker, but also extends learning across all subject areas.
With many students and staff making their long-awaited return to the classroom, the focus has now shifted to ensuring schools are as safe as possible.